(2015-09-17) September 2015 Bulletin - La Cava De Marcelo, La Magdalena Revisited, Quickie Fall Eats For The Baja Obsessed, Mexicali, The Cabrillo Statue
Welcome to the September edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin. This month, Martina enjoys an experience at La Cava de Marcelo cheese cave; David Kier revisits the disappearing ruins at La Magdalena; Misty checks out some quickie fall eats; Greg Niemann explores past and present Mexicali and Graham Mackintosh tells the history of the Cabrillo statue in Ensenada. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
La Cava de Marcelo Are you hankering for a new Baja adventure less traveled and close to home? If you love natural and aged...Read more
La Magdalena Revisited The mission-era ruins of La Magdalena have been one of the many historic mysteries of Baja California...Read more
Quickie Fall Eats Fall will come with a roar this year. Here in Southern California, all anyone can speak about...Read more
Mexicali Mexicali, the state of Baja California’s capital and second largest city, was a hot barren desert with dust...Read more
The Cabrillo Statue In Ensenada Portuguese navigator and conquistador Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo led...Read more